A spokesperson for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called the Republican representative's comments "delusional."
Wallace will "never be his father," Trump complained, referring to the late TV journalist Mike Wallace.
As 2020 approaches, experts worry targeted political ads could be too powerful.
Steve Descano is running on a criminal justice reform platform in Fairfax County, which the attorney general calls home.
President Trump has ramped up his attacks on the whistleblower, demanding to know their identity while railing against the impeachment inquiry as a "coup."
The Yom Kippur attack on a Halle synagogue has renewed concerns about rising far-right extremism and anti-Semitism in Germany.
Polling indicates voters have significant doubts about whether the Vermont senator is healthy enough to serve as president.
The former Georgia police officer was found guilty of aggravated assault and violating his oath of office.
The New York Times reports the video shows a fake Trump attacking versions of PBS and HuffPost, as well as a fake Sen. Bernie Sanders.
In an op-ed for the Washington Post, Jacob Frey expressed his concern that the Trump campaign will not reimburse the Minnesota city after holding a costly rally.
Big companies would have to give 20% of their shares to employees under a new proposal from the Democratic candidate.
They may not agree on much, but some in Congress can agree that it's time to do away with Columbus Day.
Buttigieg, Beto and Booker got heated on social media Monday.
The band objected to the campaign's use of "We Will Rock You" in a video tweeted by Trump.
The 2020 Democrat's comments at a UFCW forum came hours after his son Hunter Biden resigned from the board of a Chinese-backed firm.
"Foreign countries should stay out of American elections," the Republican senator said.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Turkey-backed groups had killed nine civilians, including Hervin Khalaf, secretary general of the Future Syria Party.
The former defense secretary warned that national security is "tied inextricably to our alliances," following Trump's decision to abandon the Syrian Kurds.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper isn’t saying how many U.S. troops will leave the north, but he says they represent most of the 1,000 troops in Syria.
But President Trump says it’s OK for Turkey and the U.S.-allied Kurds to fight. "Let them!" he tweeted.